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St Mary's Church (Redundant), bronze plaque on wall.

Remember O Lord the brave and true
who have died the death of honour
especially the men of the Parish
serving in His Majesty's Forces in
the Great War. 1914 - 1918.

Percy Ernest Chilvers. 22. September. 1914. Aged 19.

Sidney Samuel Chilvers. 18. August. 1916. Aged 23.

Francis Patrick Rhodes. 17. October. 1916. Aged 23.

William Gilbert Elphinstone. 29. April. 1917. Aged 23.

Joseph Samuel Woodruff. 28. May. 1918. Aged 50.

Robert Charles Knight. 17. June. 1918. Aged 27.

Erected by the Parishioners in grateful remembrance.



Hand written roll in wooden frame on wall in St Mary's Church (Redundant).

HONOUR TO WHOM
HONOUR IS DUE -
Men of this Parish who served in His-
Majesty's Forces in the Great War 1914-18.

Benjamin Barfield. 10th Hussars.

John Beer. Labour Battalion.

Elam Blake. Rifle Brigade.

Sidney Samuel Chilvers. Yorks Light Inf.

Percy Ernest Chilvers. H.M.S. Aboukir.

William G.E. Clapp. Norfolk Yeomanry.

John Henry Clapp. Bedfordshire.

Arthur Charles Deacon. Hampshire Regt.

Henry Edward Ewence. Hampshire Regt.

Arthur George Hill. H.M.S. Canada.

Robert Charles Knight. Rifle Brigade.

Harry Pattle. Rifle Brigade.

Francis Patrick Rhodes. Shropshire Yeory.

Frederick Gerald Rhodes. London Scottish.

Henry Alfred Russell. H.M. Minesweeper.

Joseph S. Woodruff. Royal Marine Lt. Infry.

William Woodruff. H.M.S. Ramillies.